Talking through a problem helps: You can get a sense of what went wrong, and what your options are. Talking with entrepreneurs who’ve had similar experiences helps even more. They know the feelings of frustration and can offer perspective on what worked or didn’t work for them.
But what’s the best way to share information? Is it better to talk online or over drinks? To find out what works best, we asked 11 successful entrepreneurs from the Young Entrepreneur Council this question:
Q. What’s one great way entrepreneurs can exchange knowledge with one another (e.g., workshops, meetups, etc.)?
Look into entrepreneur organizations
Entrepreneur groups are extremely useful tools through which leaders can communicate. Organizations like these, as well as in-person meetups, offer ongoing online social dialogue, which cultivates growth among trusted and validated entrepreneurs. —Justin Lefkovitch, Mirrored Media
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